White paper on crime 2012 Part2/Chapter5/Section5/3
Major private supporters and organizations that support rehabilitation include BBS Associations, Women’s Associations for Rehabilitation Aid, and cooperative employers.
BBS Associations are voluntary organizations of young persons engaged in Big Brothers and Sisters Movement activities to assist juvenile delinquents and juveniles facing trouble in their rehabilitation and growth by relating to them as older brothers or sisters. Women’s Associations for Rehabilitation Aid are volunteer organizations that support the sound development of young people and the reformation/rehabilitation of offenders and juvenile delinquents, as well as aiding in community based crime prevention activities. Cooperative employers are private business operators who understand the circumstances of probationers/parolees and those receiving urgent aftercare that face difficulty in finding stable employment due to having a history of offenses or delinquencies, etc., and who then cooperate in their reformation/rehabilitation by employing them.